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Pub. Year
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1996
Britt, Chester L. The measurement of specialization and escalation in the criminal career: An alternative modeling strategy. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 12, (2), 193-222.
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1990
Ahn, Chul W.,  Blumstein, Alfred,  Schervish, Mark . Estimation of arrest careers using hierarchical stochastic models. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 6, (2), 131-152.
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1988
Blumstein, Alfred,  Cohen, Jacqueline,  Das, Somanth,  Moitra, Souymyo D. Specialization and seriousness during adult criminal careers. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 4, (4), 303-345.
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1987
Blumstein, A.,  Cohen, J. Characterizing Criminal Careers. Science. 237, 985-991.
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1983
Cohen, Jacqueline . Incapacitation as a strategy for crime control: Possibilities and pitfalls. Crime and Justice: An Annual Review of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1982
Blumstein, A.,  Cohen, J.,  Hsieh, P. The Duration of Adult Criminal Careers, Unpublished Final Report. .
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1982
Blumstein, A.,  Cohen, J. Analysis of Criminal Careers from an Incapacitative Perspective. Carnegie-Mellon University, Unpublished Working Paper.
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